Hyderabad: This could be an eye-opener to Hyderabad Cricket Association. Moving with the troubled times, the Andhra Cricket Association (ACA) has decided to conduct a bio-bubble camp for the coaches, trainers, physios and video analysts from September 23 for two weeks at Andhra Cricket Academy in Vizianagaram.
Talking about the bio-bubble camp, ACA president P Sarath Chandra Reddy said they are conducting this programme keeping in view of the pandemic situations prevailing due to coronavirus. “This programme is aimed and designed in such a way that our support staff get experience and practice the safety measures, which are being strictly implemented in the programme. This will enable them to implement the safety measures among all the players during the ensuing cricket season, ahead,’’ he said.
A total of 21 participants are participating in this programme. All the participants will undergo strict training programmes. According to the statement, there will be dos and don’ts during the camp. The coaching and matches will start once the pandemic is off.
The statement further stated, besides the strict regimen of social distancing, use of masks, sanitisation, nutritious diet and other precautions, the trainees shall have their field of activity like improving the coaching skills, physio’s and trainers shall take part in refreshing their programme and all the activity shall be documented for discussion and improvement.
The ACA has been conducting Webinars on Zoom for the players, who have been interacting with their support staff and administrators.
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